Practice-Based Learning and Professional Education
- Stephen Billett DipTeaching (TAFE), BA, MEd, PhD
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The provision of practice-based (e.g. workplace) experiences is now almost a universal requirement for students in higher education programs preparing graduates for specific occupations (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2010). Whereas once such provision was largely restricted to medicine, law, physiotherapy, nursing and teaching, it is now being requested, demanded and expected across seemingly all programs that develop the capacities required for specific occupations (Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills, 2008; Universities Australia, 2008).
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- Practice-Based Learning and Professional Education
- Book Title
- Practice-Based Education
- Book Subtitle
- Perspectives and Strategies
- Book Part
- Section 2
- pp 101-112
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- Series Title
- Practice, Education, Work and Society
- Series Volume
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- 7. School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University, Australia
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